Work has begun by First Bus to turn its Glasgow Caledonia bus depot into an electric vehicle (EV) charging hub.
The latest Virtual Smart Transport Conference will examine the best ways to ensure rural communities are not left behind by new transport policies and technologies.
The creation of a convenient and comprehensive public charging network is vital to build confidence for the transition to electric cars and vans, and to keep their wheels turning.
Tritium has announced plans for a new European-based manufacturing facility as part of its global expansion plans.
The Government is facing a “huge challenge” to achieve all new car registrations being zero-emission by 2035, according to Public Accounts Committee report.
A new hub of electric vehicle (EV) chargers is set to open in Oxford later this year, offering a variety of fast and ultra-rapid charging facilities.
There is an uneven geographical distribution of domestic charge points funded by the Office for Zero Emission Vehicles (OZEV), according to new government data.
Ofgem is to deliver a £300m to boost the UK’s electric vehicle charging infrastructure with thousands of new charge points and 200 low carbon projects.
The first Go Electric consumer report by Ford is intended to act as a regular barometer of the British public's views on electric vehicles (EVs).
Ford is calling on policymakers, energy providers, local authorities, consumers and the automotive industry to join forces on a nationwide electrification strategy.
Daf Trucks has introduced electric charging stations for LF Electric and CF Electric trucks, as well as vans.
Electric cars and vans should be cheaper to make than petrol or diesel vehicles by 2027, according to new research.
Motorway service station operator Moto has confirmed plans to install ultra-rapid electric vehicle (EV) chargers at all its UK sites.
This document by EVA England reports on the findings of a consumer survey on drivers’ experiences with public electric vehicle charging in England.
Electric Vehicle Association (EVA) England has called on government to make ‘key reforms’ to improve confidence in public electric vehicle (EV) charging.
Just 4% of home chargers would need to be shared publicly to bridge a public infrastructure gap for EVs, according to new estimates by Dodona Analytics.